Search below to find environmental maps. Return to the Map Library main page to search for maps by topic.
- In the Library
- Colorado & U.S. (online)
- International (online)
- Think about what aspect of the environment you are studying. Use that as a keyword in your search. Limit your search to “maps” as well as your region of interest. For example, yo might use keyword searches like "ecosystem*," "pollut*," or "habitat" and your region of interest.
- Environmental atlases can be a good starting point.
- You may also want to search for a general atlas for your region of interest to see if there is a section on environmental aspects of that region.
Natural Diversity Information Source (Colorado Division of Wildlife)
The NDIS website provides mapping, data, information, and links to similar websites concerning hunting, fishing, wildlife, habitat, and conservation planning issues in Colorado.
MapIT! (Natural Diveristy Information Source)
Colorado Internet Mapping Application
The maps in this atlas depict the waters within each sate that do not meet state water quality standards.
Enviromapper for Envirofacts (EPA)
Create custom maps with information about environmental activities that may affect air, water, and land anywhere in the United States.
Enviromapper for SuperFund (EPA)
Interactive maps and aerial photography to map, display and query National Priorities List (NPL) sites.
Fish and Wildlife
Services Wetlands Mapper
Customized maps of wetlands areas around the nation.
Create custom maps: Air Releases, Hazardous Waste, Toxics Release.
TOXMAP: Environmental Health E-Maps (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
Use Quick Search or click on a map to explore on-site toxic chemical releases and hazardous waste sites from the EPA's Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) and the Superfund National Priorities List (NPL).
Environmental Data Explorer (United Nations Environment Programme)
You can display data as maps, graphs, or tables. Data categories include: Environmental Hazards, Freshwater, Protected Areas & Environmental Protection, Rivers & Lakes, Water Consumption
Global Health Observatory (World Health Organization)
Map Gallery: The GHO map gallery includes an extensive list of maps on major health topics, including environmental health.
National Geographic MapMaker Interactive
Interactive Map. Layers include Physical Systems - Water; Physical Systems - Land; Environment & Society
Featured indicators can be viewed as a map, table, or graph. Topics: Energy & Mining, Environment, Health
World Data Center for Human Interactions in the Environment (Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
Map topics include: Conservation, Sustainability